Tremorverse Records launch collaboration project ‘Songs From Home’ for music students

Tremorverse Records in partnership with Box Hill Institute present international isolation Compilation ‘Songs From Home’ and you can be a part of it.
Posted: 29 April 2020 Words: Chris Hartmann

Independent record label Tremorverse Records, with Melbourne’s Box Hill Institute, have launched a new collaboration project. A new compilation album featuring original songs from isolated music students around the world over, with submissions now open. Songs From Home is set to obliterate genre boundaries and navigate the multimodal soundscapes that music students have to offer.

An exercise in isolation curation, students from Music Institutions across the globe are all welcome to upload original works, created during the COVID-19 social distancing lockdown, by midnight Friday 22 May for a chance to be featured on the album. Prospective tracks can be collaborative, multi-genre, instrumental, traditional or experimental. Despite the unprecedented circumstances, there are no limitations here. Songs From Home is inclusive of all genres and styles from students globally.

Set to be released in June 2020, Songs From Home will be available to purchase through Bandcamp, with all proceeds going directly to the students featured on the compilation, as a way to give emerging artists a leg-up in this time of great difficulty.  

Songs From Home compilation submissions are now open until Friday 22 May, click here for more information.

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